Survival of current in a periodically driven hard-core bosonic system

  title={Survival of current in a periodically driven hard-core bosonic system},
  author={Rashmi Jangid Sharma and Jayendra N Bandyopadhyay},
  journal={The European Physical Journal B},
Abstract We study the survival of the current induced initially by applying a twist at the boundary of a chain of hard-core bosons (HCBs), subject to a periodic double δ -function kicks in the staggered on-site potential. We study the current flow and the work-done on the system at the long-time limit as a function of the driving frequency. Like a recent observation in the HCB chain with single δ -function kick in the staggered on-site potential, here we also observe many dips in the current… 




  • Rev. B 89, 165425
  • 2014

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